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  1. The way PÅ¡enda describes how it should work is spot-on, and it's not just very small images that are problematic. I work on a 27" iMac, 5k retina, so virtually every web graphic gets zoomed in on opening, resized, or cropped. I'm constantly CMD-1ing. For the record, I love the software and advocate for it whenever I can. But to me, this particular behavior feels poorly considered.
  2. The point is, this behavior should be a preference in settings. You like it, great. Others don't, so cool, just make it so it can be turned off.
  3. Just here to agree with the above. Its not annoying enough to make me return to Photoshop, but still pretty damn annoying
  4. I love Affinity Photo except for this one behavior. I work on a 27" iMac with web graphics and its the most annoying thing to have to constantly zoom out to see my work. Fit-to-screen is great for giant graphics, but please make it something users can turn off in preferences
  5. Thanks for the instructions, @jmwellborn I'm now the B I want to B
  6. Really nice concept. Was thinking its not clear enough that's our beloved earth, but what a great book cover it would make
  7. Greetings to all who dwell here. Went seeking refuge from the cult of Adobe and found Affinity. I'm in heaven! Love the software, looking forward to using the tablet versions, especially. Now can anyone tell me how to add and avatar? I really don't want to be a giant B forever
  8. Would love to see this an option in preferences instead. Would love to turn off the automatic zoom on crop, especially
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